According to entrepreneurs, this forces their businesses to go below the radar and paying envelope salaries. (more…)
Kyrgyzstan has discussed the efficient use of money of migrant workers for a few years, but still hasn’t clear understanding of it. They increasingly prefer to invest money in business back home instead of holding feasts or purchasing apartments.
They are listed as extremists and even after release those convicted under article 174 of the Criminal Code encounter severe barriers to employment and earnings.
Experts say arrest only marks a temporary truce in an ongoing power struggle. (more…)
Back in 2016 in Tajikistan, in order to develop tourism, the authorities introduced a new type of service – electronic visa (E-Visa). The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan believed that it would simplify visa obtaining process for foreigners. However, travel companies and some tourists complain that these visas are difficult to obtain.
Tajikistan citizens claim that an additional fee is charged for a passport replacement, but law enforcement officials deny this. Officials admit that the deadlines for the government decree implementation have to be extended.
In Kazakhstan, the state “defeated” a large protestant church “New Life”. Three pastors were found guilty on a series of charges based on the collection of alms.
Kyrgyzstan has 31 thousand children with disabilities registered officially. Only one fifth of them have access to education.
According to experts, Kazakhstan has neither a thought-out anti-bullying policy, nor a protocol of response to bullying at schools.
According to experts, this is a restriction of the freedom of capital transfer, which is envisaged by the EAEU. In the longer term, it will lead to the fact that Kyrgyzstan will lose its niche of a supplier of cheap sewn products in Russia.